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Harold R. Fatzer (Aug 3 1913–Sept 30 1989) was a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, serving as Chief Justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on Saturday September 30 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.

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  • Harold R. Fatzer (Aug 3 1913–Sept 30 1989) was a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, serving as Chief Justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on Saturday September 30 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (Aug 3 1913–Sept 30 1989) was a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, serving as Chief Justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on Saturday September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (August 3, 1913 – September 30, 1989) was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (August 3, 1913 – September 30, 1989) was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was succeeded as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (August 3, 1913 – September 30, 1989) was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was succeeded as chief justice by Alfred G. Schroeder and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
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  • Harold R. Fatzer (Aug 3 1913–Sept 30 1989) was a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, serving as Chief Justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He was born in Fellsburg, Kansas to John R. and Rella Shannon Fatzer, and he has a sister Helen. He achieved his law degree in 1933 from Washburn University School of Law He was named assistant state attourney general in May of 1943, then volunteering for the Army in September of that year and serving until November 1945. He was married March 21 1934 to Frances Schwaup, and they had a son Dr. John R. Fatzer. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on Saturday September 30 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (Aug 3 1913–Sept 30 1989) was a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, serving as Chief Justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He was born in Fellsburg, Kansas to John R. and Rella Shannon Fatzer, and he has a sister Helen. He achieved his law degree in 1933 from Washburn University School of Law He was named assistant state attourney general in May of 1943, then volunteered for the Army in September of that year and served in World War II until November 1945. He was married March 21 1934 to Frances Schwaup, and they had a son Dr. John R. Fatzer. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on Saturday September 30 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (Aug 3 1913–Sept 30 1989) was a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, serving as Chief Justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He was born in Fellsburg, Kansas to John R. and Rella Shannon Fatzer, and he has a sister Helen. He achieved his law degree in 1933 from Washburn University School of Law He was named assistant state attourney general in May of 1943, then volunteered for the Army in September of that year and served in World War II until November 1945. He was married March 21 1934 to Frances Schwaup, and they had a son Dr. John R. Fatzer. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on Saturday September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (August 3, 1913 – September 30, 1989) was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was replaced as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He was born in Fellsburg, Kansas, to John R. and Rella Shannon Fatzer, and had a sister, Helen. He achieved his law degree in 1933 from Washburn University School of Law He was named assistant state attourney general in May of 1943, then volunteered for the United States Army in September of that year and served in World War II until November 1945. He was married March 21, 1934 to Frances Schwaup, and they had a son John R. Fatzer. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (August 3, 1913 – September 30, 1989) was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was succeeded as chief justice by and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He was born in Fellsburg, Kansas, to John R. and Rella Shannon Fatzer, and had a sister, Helen. He achieved his law degree in 1933 from Washburn University School of Law He was named assistant state attourney general in May of 1943, then volunteered for the United States Army in September of that year and served in World War II until November 1945. He was married March 21, 1934 to Frances Schwaup, and they had a son John R. Fatzer. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
  • Harold R. Fatzer (August 3, 1913 – September 30, 1989) was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was succeeded as chief justice by Alfred G. Schroeder and Kay McFarland was appointed to fill the remaining place. He was born in Fellsburg, Kansas, to John R. and Rella Shannon Fatzer, and had a sister, Helen. He achieved his law degree in 1933 from Washburn University School of Law He was named assistant state attourney general in May of 1943, then volunteered for the United States Army in September of that year and served in World War II until November 1945. He was married March 21, 1934 to Frances Schwaup, and they had a son John R. Fatzer. He died by shooting himself in the head, and was found on September 30, 1989 in his Topeka home. He left no note, but was thought to have been depressed over health issues, having heart disease and suspected lung malignancy.
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